History ReferencedBy / Tosca

30th Aug '15 5:40:36 AM jormis29
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* ''[[VideoGame/{{Hitman}} Hitman: Blood Money]]'' has you assassinate two targets during a rehearsal of the execution scene. In fact, one of the popular ways of getting rid of the actor playing Cavaradossi is by [[NotSoFakePropWeapon switching the prop pistol used in the scene with a real version]]. The {{Irony}} is so delicious you could serve it at a restaurant.

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* ''[[VideoGame/{{Hitman}} Hitman: Blood Money]]'' ''VideoGame/HitmanBloodMoney'' has you assassinate two targets during a rehearsal of the execution scene. In fact, one of the popular ways of getting rid of the actor playing Cavaradossi is by [[NotSoFakePropWeapon switching the prop pistol used in the scene with a real version]]. The {{Irony}} is so delicious you could serve it at a restaurant.
21st Aug '15 8:18:59 PM Snipertoaster
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!!Video Games
* ''[[VideoGame/{{Hitman}} Hitman: Blood Money]]'' has you assassinate two targets during a rehearsal of the execution scene. In fact, one of the popular ways of getting rid of the actor playing Cavaradossi is by [[NotSoFakePropWeapon switching the prop pistol used in the scene with a real version]]. The {{Irony}} is so delicious you could serve it at a restaurant.
4th Mar '15 7:34:39 PM voodoochild
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* ''Series//PeakyBlinders'' uses ''Tosca'' as a significant parallel to multiple events in the story. First, Campbell and his mole Grace attend a performance of ''Tosca'', where the scene that specifically plays as [[spoiler: Grace agrees to be a honey trap for Tommy]] is Scarpia (the corrupt policeman) seducing Tosca (the innocent singer), as well as the scene where Tosca turns on Scarpia, stabbing him to death for his crimes against her lover. Ironically, in Season 2, it's not Grace but [[spoiler: Polly that Campbell pulls a ScarpiaUltimatum on, and Polly who takes vengeance on Campbell.]]

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* ''Series//PeakyBlinders'' ''Series/PeakyBlinders'' uses ''Tosca'' as a significant parallel to multiple events in the story. First, Campbell and his mole Grace attend a performance of ''Tosca'', where the scene that specifically plays as [[spoiler: Grace agrees to be a honey trap for Tommy]] is Scarpia (the corrupt policeman) seducing Tosca (the innocent singer), as well as the scene where Tosca turns on Scarpia, stabbing him to death for his crimes against her lover. Ironically, in Season 2, it's not Grace but [[spoiler: Polly that Campbell pulls a ScarpiaUltimatum on, and Polly who takes vengeance on Campbell.]]
4th Mar '15 7:34:21 PM voodoochild
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!!Live Action Television
* ''Series//PeakyBlinders'' uses ''Tosca'' as a significant parallel to multiple events in the story. First, Campbell and his mole Grace attend a performance of ''Tosca'', where the scene that specifically plays as [[spoiler: Grace agrees to be a honey trap for Tommy]] is Scarpia (the corrupt policeman) seducing Tosca (the innocent singer), as well as the scene where Tosca turns on Scarpia, stabbing him to death for his crimes against her lover. Ironically, in Season 2, it's not Grace but [[spoiler: Polly that Campbell pulls a ScarpiaUltimatum on, and Polly who takes vengeance on Campbell.]]
30th Jan '15 3:58:44 AM Arashi110
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** Male skaters often skate to the music of Cavaradossi's ''E lucevan le stelle''.
23rd Dec '14 10:38:08 PM nekonaito
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** As did American figure skater Michelle Kwan. Tosca is one of the more popular operas that is skated to.
19th Jul '13 12:06:00 AM XFllo
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!!Sport
* Russian figure-skater Irina Slutskaya had one year a long programme with music from ''Tosca''.

!!Web Video
* In ''WebVideo/TheAutobiographyOfJaneEyre'', little Adele is very much into opera and she mentions that she's learning about ''Tosca''. Then she mentions that everybody dies at the end, and she also sings an aria, though Jane cut her singing from the video.
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